Customer testimony – Association AIDE COUP DE POUCE

Published the 08/06/2016

A testimony dear to our heart!

Who better than our customers to give an opinion about us?

The association Aide Coup de Pouce sends various products to Burkina Faso.

The gifts that are collected are filling our containers throughout the year.
We are very proud to have this association amongst our customers, especially its values such as humility, respect and sharing!

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Who better than Alain to talk about CUBNER?

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Identity: DELAPLACE Alain / Association Aide Coup de Pouce


Tell us about your association and your activity that makes you so unique!

The association Aide – Coup de pouce is not that unique! But it tries to help the Burkinabe (people living in Burkina Faso). We send them all the gifts and materials collected.

Why did you choose to buy a CUBNER container?

Last years, we bought some ‘last trip’ containers, which led to a precious friendship between Mathieu and me.
What is the real challenge for us? Like all ‘little’ associations, our budget is limited. A container less expensive! Less transport costs! Less expensive the freight forwarder! The only thing that we cannot find less expensive is the Ouagalais customs officer!

How did Cubner help you with all your challenges?

The CUBNER team did their best to ‘freeze’ us the prices. (Oh sometimes I check elsewhere but there’s no better!)

What is the advantage about having a shipping container?

The advantage about having a container!!! What better way to send: furniture, mattresses, bedsprings, fridges, bikes, dishes, clothes, electrical materials, sinks, toilets, books, medical equipment, school furniture: black boards, desks, etc

What overall score would you give us? 9/10

Something special to say? On our service, on our transport, etc.?

Do I have something special to say? Nothing but good and positive things! (Especially if I still want to receive my chocolates for Christmas!)